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Who else thought Mayor Prentiss was a brilliant character?

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Inna Antig You know he's a good villain when you don't even see him for half this series, yet you feel hate and anger towards him. haha. And him being a corrupt politician hits too close to home lol.
Elias Oh yes, he's fantastic. I am the circle and the circle is me.
The Polka Dot Oh my goodness thank you! He is so brilliantly written, and you don't even see him in first person for the majority of this book. He is a villain, a father, a conqueror, a crazy ass control freak mind raping man. In the next 2 though, jeez, you don't hate him nearly as much as you know you should. His son though.... :(
Mary The fact that he creates and harnesses common masses, fear and this religious stuff for his own purposes is brilliant!
lisa when you can't tell if people are being sarcastic or not... :/
Jonathan Faber yup definately ..............................................................................................................
The Sword of Orynth Yes, yes, yes, YES!
He is everything world leaders are, unpredictable and corrupt. Must be one of the best characters in the book.
Peter He just keeps coming up with more reasons to hate him, right through to the end of book 3.
Andy R The Mayor was fresh out of a world class western film. A brilliant, credible and fearsome character. And Aaron? He was Rasputin.
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